Washington – French President Emmanuel Macron will visit Washington in early December for the first official visit of President Joe Biden’s presidency.
His visit on December 1 will be his second state visit to the United States. Macronwas first elected to lead the country in May 2017 and won a second term earlier this year. Macron made an official visit during his Trump era.
White House Press Secretary Carine Jean-Pierre announced the visit on Monday, saying it “underlines our deep and enduring relationship with our oldest ally, France.”
The invitation is also a sign that the relationship between Biden and Macron has come full circle.After hitting bottom last year US announces deal to sell nuclear submarine to AustraliaThe US decision undermined a deal being made for France to sell diesel-powered submarines to Australia.
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https://www.ksat.com/news/politics/2022/09/26/white-house-announces-dec-1-state-visit-for-frances-macron/ White House announces French President Emmanuel Macron’s official visit on December 1